Specialised Masters : Student from a country outside of the EU


Due to the Covid-19 epidemic, the registration desk continue to carry out its missions by using telework.

The online form must be completed and the PDF documents must be uploaded before 30 April 2021

Admissions 2021-2022 open on the online form
from Monday, 8 February 2021

Important message for students from outside the EU

If you are an Outside EU student (with the exception of assimilated students, doctoral students, students coming in the context of an international codiplomation as well as holders of a CFWB higher diploma), you will have to pay the sum of € 200.00 (administrative fees/account) to be able to finalise your online application. This payment of € 200,00, with all bank charges at your expense, will be a condition for the examination of your application.
If your application is accepted, this sum will be deducted from the registration fee.
In all other cases, the down payment is not refundable. It is therefore very important to check that you meet the entry requirements.

Assimilated students

If you are a student in a situation of assimilation, you are exempt from paying the down paiement of €200.00  for the processing of your file, on the condition that you can prove this by providing the documents relating to the selected condition of assimilation.

Examination of the file

The payment of the €200,00, all bank charges at your expense, is a condition for the examination of the file.
Before completing the online form, please read the entry requirements and make sure that they are fulfilled. Then consult the list of documents to be provided according to your situation. You will then be able to complete the online form after consulting the warning and instructions for use.

Note

If you are a holder of a Belgian CESS, or if you meet one of the assimilation criteria, you have the same conditions as students from the European Union.

The Specialised Masters is an academic degree resulting from 2nd-cycle university studies and corresponding to a particular professional qualification at the end of a training programme of at least 60 credits obtained after an initial training programme of at least 300 credits resulting in a master’s degree.

For any admission to the 1st year of a Specialised Masters for the 2021-2022 academic year, please check if the Specialised Master’s degree you would like to register for is organised as a joint degree with partner establishments. The registration must always take place in the reference establishment.

SPECIALISED MASTER'S DEGREE AS A JOINT DEGREE: REFERENCE institutionS

If the reference institution is not the University of Liège, please contact the reference establishment to find out about the registration procedures.

If the University of Liège is the referent Institution

For all admissions to Specialised Masters for the 2020-2021 academic year, you must :

  • check that you meet the entry requirements
  • if you do, complete the online form and return it by e-mail before April 30, 2020 (deadline for receipt of applications). The payment of the €200,00, all bank charges at your expense, is a condition for the examination of the file.

Once you have submitted your form and your application has been accepted, a letter of authorisation will be sent to you by e-mail specifying the terms and conditions of your definitive registration (between 1 July and 30 September 2021) as well as the amount of your registration fee .

A paper version of the enrolment authorisation letter will be available on request.

Applications which are incomplete, late, or that do not meet the set academic criteria will not be successful.

The University of Liège reserves the right to require, as part of the registration procedures, the presentation of the originals of diplomas and transcripts.

The authorities verify the authenticity of the declarations and produced documents. In case of doubt, further information and/or documents will be required. Any forgery will be reported to all institutions concerned and will necessarily result in the cancellation of the enrolment.

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